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The mineral extraction industry has Secretary Zinke in their back pocket

Alex Thompson

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is supposed to be managing America’s public lands for the good of taxpayers and generations to come, but instead he is letting industry dictate environmental policies, opening up some of our wildest places to development over the objection of the American peop

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MEMO: House Farm Bill Stifles the Public and Promotes Clear-Cutting of America’s Wild National Forests

Anastasia Greene

To: Editorial Writers, Reporters and Columnists      

From: The Wilderness Society

Date: May 9, 2018

2017 Report on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

May 9, 2018

2017 Report on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Interior sued for violating Freedom of Information law

Tony Iallonardo
TWS demands disclosure of so-called “Energy Dominance” papers

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Spring 2018 Newsletter

May 8, 2018

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Why these companies turn to coal country for skilled workers

A strong work ethic, loyalty and tenacity are qualities retrained coal workers can bring to the job, hiring managers say.

     

House Western Caucus wants mining at edge of Grand Canyon

Kate Mackay

House of Representatives’ Western Caucus members sent a letter to President Trump, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue that questions the “merit” of

Interior decision calls for mining at Boundary Waters Wilderness

Kate Mackay

5 ways chemical safety is eroding under Trump

The actions they’ve taken already to roll back chemical safety could set us back decades.

     

Conservation groups call on Trump administration to honor sage-grouse agreement

Alex Thompson

Conservationists filed suit today in U.S. District Court in Montana against the Bureau of Land Management and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to demand that the administration uphold the deal made to save the greater sage-grouse and its habitat in 10 Western states.

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